Governor Deval Patrick announced $9 million in new funding for the ONE Mortgage program
Mayor Martin Walsh endorses Sheriff Steve Tompkins at his Dudley Square campaign office opening
Historical walk in downtown Boston gets new markings
Documentary on civil Rights Movement screening at the Strand June 23
Mayor soliciting ideas for program to help Bostonians become more civically active
A coalition of labor and community organizations is launching a campaign to increase wages for the city’s lowest-paid workers.
After eight years with an African American governor, blacks, Latinos, Asians exert more influence on Democratic Party politics.
Sheriff Steve Tompkins is focused on reducing recidivism among inmates in the Suffolk County House of Corrections and reducing violence in the the communities of Boston, Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.
From concerts, comedy and food festivals around the city, there’s a lot to keep you busy this week. Here’s a look at what’s hot!
It was an evening of unparalleled inspiration. On Monday, June 9th, approximately 100 players, alumni, their families, donors, board members and friends of The BASE gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of 20 graduating high school seniors, each of whom announced ...
YWCA Boston celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Academy of Women Achievers
Boston Common Frog Pond opens June 28
Nick Martin has been appointed Director of Communications for the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center pledges to increase by 40 percent the number of veterans participating in its behavioral health program, which offers treatment for post-traumatic stress disorders.
Boston Parks and Recreation Department urges residents to register on their website for garden contest by July 11th deadline